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[A & W] Beyond Meat Burger - $3.99

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This or dave's single for 3$?
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yesstyle wrote: This or dave's single for 3$?
You can add bacon, extra veggies to this one for free with mobile order.
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DonkeyDoo wrote: It's weird... I tried one of these about a month ago and wasn't at all impressed. Thought for $3.99 I'd give it another shot, and this one was MUCH better.
Anybody else tried more than once and got different feelings towards it?
I buy uncooked Beyond meat at the grocery and found that the taste vary a lot depending on cooking time.
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DonkeyDoo wrote: It's weird... I tried one of these about a month ago and wasn't at all impressed. Thought for $3.99 I'd give it another shot, and this one was MUCH better.
Anybody else tried more than once and got different feelings towards it?

I tried it a second time yesterday, figured maybe it’ll be better. This time I took a piece of burger to test on its own and the results to me were the same. It doesn’t taste or feel like real meat or a veggie burger. It has a strange aftertaste that I can’t quite place too and for some reason i felt a little off after eating it similar to the feeling you get if you eat too much candy. With worse nutrition, taste and premium price i just can’t recommend it to anyone.

Props to that a&w for quality of the burger prep, really well put together just like the commercial. Paper straws need to go though. They don’t work with milkshakes and mess up the taste.
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Jul 15, 2003
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I've eaten two Beyond Meat burgers over the last two days. They taste better than the last time I tried it.
I tried the Tim Hortons Beyond Meat burger about a month ago and it sucked.
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raspeed wrote: This still on today?
Yes.

Had two today and it wasn't as good as I remembered it being when A&W first started selling them. Very salty.
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jchau623 wrote: Yes.

Had two today and it wasn't as good as I remembered it being when A&W first started selling them. Very salty.
A&W adds seasoning on top of the patty, you can request them not to add it on so it's not as salty
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jchau623 wrote: Yes.

Had two today and it wasn't as good as I remembered it being when A&W first started selling them. Very salty.
If you take cardboard an add a bunch of salt, ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato etc and put it into a bun it will likely taste like food.

They had veggie burgers before which I recalled tasting OK but no one really bought much of it. This is mostly hype/fad which in due time will fade and ppl will not buy it when the premium prices are being charged.
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Does it cause cancer like beef? Or do they need twenty year population study to find out?
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yesstyle wrote: This or dave's single for 3$?
Dave's for sure if you want a real meat patty :)

Seriously though, these are pretty good too for a change of pace.
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This promo goes right at Tims Hortons Jugular. This will destroy Tims beyond burger. I have just had my 2nd A and W beyond in as many weeks and as usual it tasted fabulous. Looking forward to trying Harveys lightlife next but at 3.99 its hard to not get this.
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You know, for supposedly educated people, you sure know how to fall victim to simple marketing schemes.
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Dec 10, 2012
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Dr. Oz last night was highlighting beyond burgers. They were actually allowed into the factory/laboratory where they develop these burgers.

Apparently the special "sauce" is known as heme giving the red fake blood color and taste.

They also compared the nutritional value of this compared to a meat burger and found very little difference.

The target audience was 98% meat eaters.

Guess someone is working of the everlasting gobstopper somewhere too. Fiction one day, science couple of years later. Soylent green next?
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kalani13291 wrote: Does it cause cancer like beef? Or do they need twenty year population study to find out?
please link a study that shows beef causes cancer
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